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Building material is any material which is used for construction purposes. Many naturally occurring substances, such as clay, rocks, sand, and wood, even twigs and leaves, have been used to construct buildings. Apart from naturally occurring materials, many man-made products are in use, some more and some less synthetic. The manufacture of building materials is an established industry in many countries and the use of these materials is typically segmented into specific specialty trades, such as carpentry, insulation, plumbing, and roofing work. They provide the make-up of habitats and structures including homes.

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Course Syllabus
  • Module 1 Lecture -1 Functions Of Buildings
  • Module 2 Lecture-1 Role Of Material In Construction
  • Module 3 Lecture -1 Concrete:Material
  • Module 3 Lecture -2 Concrete Production (Contd..)
  • Module 3 Lecture -3 Concrete Production (Contd.)
  • Module 3 Lecture- 4 Concrete:Production (Pumping, Placing)
  • Module 3 Lecture- 5 Concrete:Production (Curing)
  • Module 4 Lecture -1 Cement: Hydration
  • Module 4 Lecture - 2 Cement and Cementitious Material
  • Module 5 Lecture - 1 Fresh Concrete
  • Module 5 Lecture - 2 Fresh Concrete: Role of Mix Parameters
  • Module 5 Lecture - 3 Fresh Concrete : Role of Admixtures
  • Module 5 Lecture - 4 Fresh Concrete : Segregation & Bleeding
  • Module 6 Lecture - 1 Strength of Concrete
  • Module 6 Lecture - 2 Strength of Concrete
  • Module 6 Lecture - 3 Strength of Concrete
  • Module 6 Lecture - 4 Mechanical Properties of Concrete
  • Module 6 Lecture - 5 Mechanical Properties of Concrete
  • Module 6 Lecture - 6 Strength of Concrete : Non Destructive
  • Module 7 Lecture -1 Durability of Concrete
  • Module 7 Lecture - 2 Durability of Concrete
  • Module 7 Lecture - 3 Durability of Concrete
  • Module 8 Lecture - 1 Cement Aggregate and Water Selection
  • Module 9 Lecture - 1 Mix Design of Concrete
  • Module 9 Lecture -2 Mix Design Of concrete IS Method
  • Module 9 Lecture -3 Mix Design Of Concrete: British
  • Module 10 Lecture -1 Masonry : Materials
  • Module 10 Lecture -2 Masonry : Walls
  • Module 10 Lecture - 3 Masonry : Walls : Resistance
  • Module 10 Lecture - 4 Masonry : Walls : Resistance
  • Module 10 Lecture - 5 Walls : Functional Performances
  • Module 10 Lecture - 6 Walls : Defects and Durability
  • Module - 11 Lecture - 1 Metals Fundamentals
  • Module 11 Lecture - 2 Metals and Iron Systems
  • Module 11 Lecture -3 Steel: Uses in Construction
  • Module - 11 Lecture - 4 Steel : Uses in Rebar
  • Module - 12 Lecture - 1 Polymer in Construction
  • Module 12 Lecture - 2 Polymer in Construction : Uses
  • Module - 13 Lecture - 1 Glass and Timber : Glass
  • Module - 13 Lecture - 2 Glass and Timber: Timber
  • Module - 14 Lecture - 1 Roof and Floor Construction
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